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isn't wide enough on desktops or mobile to create the competitive advantages of facebook and google have. is that a fair criticism or not? >> i think it is. when you look at twitter compared to facebook in terms of users, twitter is about the 00 million active monthly users, a little more than that. facebook as we know is over a billion. so i think when you see with twitter, twitter has a challenge of becoming more usable, more viable to mainstream users. twitter is obviously for all of the tech elite, the press elite athletes, etcetera, it's become a great platform for sharing information, sharing content. but when you look at its international reach, its opportunity to be much bigger, i think represents a growth opportunity, but it's certainly not in the daily feed experience that i would think you'd see facebook. but i think that represents an opportunity for twitter. >> the cfo says the company has a big opportunity to increase ad revenue outside the united states. if you're investing in the company, is that what you were just hinting at is the opportunity? >> absolutely. i mean
they're doing there. if you look back to, say, you know, google years ago when they were pre -- in their product, there were a lot of questions about if they can monetize it. they've done really well at that. given the amount of time to optimize what they're doing, all of the social networks will do really well. >> when when does it leave your company, then? everyone is grabbing a slice of the pie and facebook and twitter have the bulk of it. where does that leave your company? >> yeah. our product is a description product. it's free to almost 8 million users and paid for others. our goal is to help make their lives easier. and so when we look at the ads, helping people create ads in our dashboard, the whole model there is to help make their liefgs easier. >> this company invested in your firm and invested in twitter early on. $160 million is the extend of money that you raised. this is a huge amount of money. what is the direction that your company now goes as the next stop in ipo? >> i think insight is an amazing partner to have on board. obviously, they have good insight i
they were. they'll say this guy is a great guy. all for google stocks that already delivered tremendous performance. who is likely to be anointed this year? we're talking about the best performing stocks in one of 2013's hottest break out sectors. the name, delta airlines. and a lot more room to run. why delta? let's go back in the way back machine seven months to the beginning of march when i did something unprecedented on 2,000 shows of mad money. after decades of saying the airlines shouldn't be owned, i changed my mind. i did it because the facts had changed. in the old days the airlines are untouchable because the entire industry was objected to endless price wars that wrecked earnings. just ruined the competition. we hate competition as shareholders but in the last few years there's been a ton of consolidation. competition isn't a problem anymore. or at least planes that aren't expensive gas guzzlers. we now have just four major carriers. delta, united continental, u.s. airways and american. and back in march it looked like the last two might be allowed to emerge. i gave the whole
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